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Wednesday, October 28 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Providing Access to Justice for All through Open Judiciary: Comparative Experiences from the U.S., Latin America, and China

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This session will talk, first, about the keys of Open Judiciary (Justicia Abierta) and then it will showcase experiences related Open Judiciary from U.S., Latin America, and China via a panel discussion. The target of the panel is to achieve the basis for an Open Judiciary action plan in developed countries, developing countries, and closed societies. In addition to this panel, an international survey will help to this target. The survey is open whom wants to participate, and it is available in English, Spanish and Chinese in the website of the Stanford Law School, CGC, fromOctober 27th on, until November 15th, 2015 ( https://cgc.law.stanford.edu ).

Moderators
avatar for Carlos E. Jiménez-Gómez

Carlos E. Jiménez-Gómez

Chair (IEEE e-Government), IEEE e-Government / Department of Justice of Catalonia, Spain
[ES] Investigador y profesional especializado en Open & Smart Government, e-Justicia e Interoperabilidad. Como profesional, Carlos tiene experiencia en proyectos innovadores y estratégicos relacionados con la adopción de tecnología en las organizaciones públicas, habiendo participado ininterrumpidamente durante casi una década en el diseño y la implementación del galardonado programa de e-justicia del Departamento de Justicia de Cataluña... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Rodrigo Sandoval Almazan

Rodrigo Sandoval Almazan

Profesor Investigador, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico
avatar for Mei Gechlik

Mei Gechlik

Director, China Guiding Cases Project, Stanford Law School
Dr. Mei Gechlik is founder and director of Stanford Law School’s China Guiding Cases Project (“CGCP”). Formerly a tenured professor in Hong Kong, she has been a visiting faculty member at Peking University and the University of Vienna. Since its founding in 2011, the CGCP has become the premier source of translations and commentary on China’s de facto binding “Guiding Cases” (“GCs”), harnessing the strength of an international... Read More →



Wednesday October 28, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

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